Tuesday & Thursday:
7:15-8:15 pm Adv. Beginner
Aerial Yoga: Our aerial hammock class is a unique fusion between traditional aerial yoga, and aerial arts, challenging our students with a fun and exciting beginner friendly workout. In this class students will learn different wraps, drops and flow sequences using the aerial hammock as their aerial outlet. Whether you are a beginner, or advanced you will find our aerial hammock classes to be a perfect fit for you!
The aerial yoga hammock is suspended from two points creating a “U” shape hammock for your body to rest in, lean on, and fly. The aerial yoga hammock is a tool that allows the practitioner to depend their postures, create a fuller range of motion, deepen awareness, and in many cases heal their body.
This class is taught by aerialist Ana Glacken. MUST RSVP @(915)504-2824
5-6pm Kids Silks 1
5-6pm Kids Silks 2
6-7pm Adult Silks 1
6-7pm Adults Silks 2
5-6pm Kids silks 2
6-7pm Kids silks 1
6-7pm Adults Silks 1
7-8pm Adults Silks 2
Aerial Silks: Aerial silk (also known as aerial ribbons, aerial tissue, fabric, ribbon, or chiffon) is a type of aerial apparatus in which artists perform aerial acrobatics while suspended from a special fabric. Performers climb the suspended fabric which has 2 open ends called tails, unlike the aerial hammocks which are in a supportive "U" shape.
Class will focus on basic climbing techniques, knots, and other skills on aerial fabric to build strength, flexibility,
balance and confidence.
Taught by aerialists Georgina Armendariz & Mindy Chanson.
Monday & Wednesday
6-7pm Pole 1
7-8pm Pole 2
8-9pm Pole 3/4
Tuesday & Thursday
10-11am Pole 1
11-12pm Kids Pole Acrobatics
Pole Dance and Fitness combines dance and acrobatics centered on a vertical pole. Our unique pole studio has 40mm and 45mm lupit spin/static one piece poles with a usable height of 14ft.
Pole dance requires significant muscular endurance as well as coordination, and will empower any artist with confidence and strength.
Taught by polerinas Aimee Bencomo, Miriam Torrez, Karolyn Nevarez & Ana Glacken.
5-6pm Kids Lyra 1&2
6-7pm Lyra 3
7-8pm Adult Lyra 1&2
Aerial Hoop (lyra): The aerial hoop (also known as the lyra, is a circular steel apparatus (resembling a hula hoop) suspended from the ceiling, on which circus artists may perform aerial acrobatics. It can be used static, spinning, or swinging.
Taught by aerialist Karolyn Nevarez, Paige Hernandez, Eduardo Barron.
7:15-8pm: Intro to Straps
8-9pm: Straps 1
Aerial Straps: Straps, also known as aerial straps, are a type of aerial apparatus on which various feats of strength and flexibility may be performed, often in the context of a circus performance. It is a cotton or nylon web apparatus that looks like two suspended ribbons.
In this class students will focus on strengthening and conditioning the body in order to safely and gracefully perform movements on the straps.
This class taught by aerial straps specialist Eduardo Barron.
6-7pm Kids parkour
7-8pm Adult parkour
5-6pm Kids Parkour
6-7pm Adult Parkour
Parkour: Parkour is an activity or sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing.
Practitioners aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible.
Taught by Gavin Moore, supervised by Parkour Generation certified level 2 coach Adrian Ruiz, with Parkour NM.
Pilates: a system of exercises designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness.
This class has an emphasis on your body’s core — the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, butt, and so on. For this reason, Pilates develops much of what exercisers need — strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance, and good posture — with a much lower chance of injury than with other forms of exercise.
Taught by Pilates certified instructor Jazel Serate.
Tuesdays & Thursdays:
In class you will be training 3 types of flexibility:
Types of stretching:
Static-active stretching: to overcome the stretch reflex (the automatic tightening of a muscle when stretched, which relaxes after approx. 20 seconds) to coax a joint into a wider range of motion.
Dynamic stretching: to use increasingly dynamic movements through the full range of motion of a join.
Static-passive stretching: to assume the right position and make use of an external force (i.e. gravity, your flexibility coach) in order to stretch the muscles.
Taught by Ana Glacken and Karolyn Nevarez.
Taught by aerial straps and handstand specialist Eduardo Barron.
Sol Studio EP brings beginner Capoeira to the Academy of Aerial Fitness every Friday!
Capoeira is a system of physical discipline and movement originating among Brazilian slaves, treated as a martial art and dance form.
Monday & Friday:
Yoga taught by Yoga certified guru: Brenda Kennedy.
PRIVATE LESSONS also offered by many of our instructors.
Our instructors offer private lessons and private group sessions off hours.
We also offer a professional training program designed for those who are looking to take their practice to a higher level.
CIRQUE PREP PROGRAM APPLICATION